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Choir Boy Summary

  • Choir Boy is TBA long, including an intermission of TBA
  • Previews Began: December 27, 2018
  • Opens January 22, 2019
  • Show Closes: Open ended

Choir Boy transports audiences to Charles R. Drew Prep School for Boys, whose mission is to educate and shape strong, ethical black men. The acclaimed drama follows the aspirations of the young men that compose the school's prestigious gospel choir and their imminent leader's struggle with his new position.

Choir Boy on Broadway Background

Choir Boy was written by Moonlight co-author and Academy Award winner Tarell Alvin McCraney in his highly anticipated Broadway debut. His past Off-Broadway works include Head of Passes, Wig-Out and In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue, which inspired the Oscar winning film, Moonlight.

This show was commissioned by the Manhattan Theatre Club and had its World Premiere Off-Broadway at Manhattan Theatre Club's Stage II in June 2013. The Broadway production reunites many members of the cast and crew from the Off-Broadway show. Tony winner Chuck Cooper (The Life, Amazing Grace) returns as Headmaster Marrow, Tony nominee Austin Pendleton (The Little Foxes, Fiddler on the Roof) returns as Mr. Pendleton, and Jeremy Pope returns as Pharus. The original Off-Broadway director, Trip Cullman (Lobby Hero, Significant Other), returns to lead the Broadway production. Choir Boy is a beautiful show that tackles difficult and complex themes with grace and song.

What’s Choir Boy Like?

After premiering Off-Broadway to rave reviews in 2013, Choir Boy transferred to Broadway after a five year hiatus. The protagonist Pharus has waited years to assume his rightful position as leader of the gospel choir. However, Pharus is a young man grappling with his sexuality at an all-boys school. Although he is not ashamed of the fact that he is gay, he has not publicly come out. After he is taunted at a choir performance, Pharus struggles to decide how to lead while remaining true to who he is. He must also learn what it takes to evoke change within an institution such as Drew Prep. The play also addresses the disagreement over whether young black men should be educated in a British prep-school setting. Such important discussions are dealt with in a creative way, usually with the choir members’ everyday disagreements.

Is Choir Boy Good for Kids?

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Theatre Information

Samuel J Friedman Theatre

261 West 47th Street
New York, NY 10019
Seats: 650
Entrance: 47th Street between 8th Avenue and Broadway
Theatre Information

Samuel J Friedman Theatre Seating Chart

Cast Members

Pharus
Jeremy Pope
Headmaster Marrow
Chuck Cooper
Mr. Pendleton
Austin Pendleton

Producers

Manhattan Theatre Club

Production Credits

Director
Trip Cullman
Author
Tarell Alvin McCraney

Creative Team

General Manager
Florie Seery at Manhattan Theatre Club
Advertising Representative
Serino Coyne
Press Agent
Boneau/Bryan-Brown